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Glory of the Roman Empire- IBM PC Compatible

Glory of the Roman Empire- IBM PC Compatible
alaScore 81

35 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews of Glory of the Roman Empire- IBM PC Compatible. The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability. The graphics also gets good opinions, whereas some have doubts about the price.

single player, graphics, usability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Glory of the Roman Empire- IBM PC Compatible is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : William Abner (

Glory of the Roman Empire


This city-builder is a decent introduction for new players, but leaves you wishing for more depth.

A good introductory city-builder; effective use of 3D camera

Gets a bit repetitive; not detailed enough for experienced city-builder fans; lacks the charm of the old Caesar games

Jul, 2006

Expert review by : Falconer (

Glory of the Roman Empire


Sounds difficult!

Of course, being a Roman Citizen, work is not that hard on you. You have time to pray, complain about the lack of wine and the fact that there are no temples in your vicinity. You'll even have time, as a hobby project, to organize a riot or two about...

Jul, 2006

Expert review by : Troy Goodfellow (

Glory of the Roman Empire


We played, we thought, we looked for something better

Easy to pick up play ; Walk-before-you-run campaign style ; The simple economic model

Too easy for most genre vets ; Very limited choice of free-form maps ; Little replay value

Someone must be buying historic city-building games because this year we will see three set in ancient Rome with another one the way in 2007. First out of the gate is Glory of the Roman Empire, an obvious title for a game that follows an obvious path.

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Kevin VanOrd (

Glory of the Roman Empire Game Review - PC


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Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Nathan Swyers (

Glory of the Roman Empire Preview


From the folks over at Haemimont Games comes a new city builder, Glory of the Roman Empire, set, of course, in the height of the Rome's influence in the known world. Players must assume the role of Governor and take on all of the tasks involved in...

Haemimont Games has produced a captivating city builder that leaves out the boring, structured, game play typical of the genre. You will feel like you are shaping a real ancient civilization as you guide your people through each conquest and victory....

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Ure "Vader" Paul (

Glory of the Roman Empire


I'll tell you one thing, there's nothing better than taking a nice breather from killing monsters, bashing people on the head with a sledge hammer, running away from zombies etc. All these activities are more or less the usual crap you'd normally find...

Apr, 2006

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Glory of the Roman Empire


Glory of the Roman Empire may not have the pedigree of the other ancient history city building games that will arrive over the next few months or so but it's an impressive game in many ways with enough originality to make it appealing to those who have...

Expert review by : Jason Murphy (

Glory of the Roman Empire PC Preview


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in full command of the historic Roman Empire, controlling the day to day lives of the Roman people? Or better yet, to punish an entire civilization by watching their world fall into complete and utter...

Anyway, I digress. Glory of the Roman Empire is not Sim City, and it's also not a real-time strategy game; it's a sim that allows players to build a massive empire set in the Roman time period. This game requires strategic thinking and planning to keep...